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Offline wilber

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Re: Government Day-to-Day
« Reply #660 on: October 26, 2020, 09:14:29 am »
Iím quite enjoying the theatre coming or of Ottawa. The Liberals prorogued Parliament to try and put a lid on the We controversy. The Conservatives donít really want an election but are playing it for all they are worth to make the Liberals look bad. The NDP really doesnít want an election because they would be the big losers. The Bloq doesnít care as long as they can spin it to their advantage. JT might want an election as long as he can blame it on someone else. Will the Conservatives push too hard and make themselves look unreasonable to the undecided and the NDP more justified in not supporting them or will JT be goaded into calling an election no one really wants? Will the pillow fighting continue or will we stumble into an unnecessary election? Stay tuned.
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